GSK Tells 3rd Circ. Thalidomide Row Belongs In Fed. Court
The pharmaceutical giant claims “settled and bright-line rules” for establishing corporate citizenship justify a federal court's decision not to remand to Pennsylvania state court a suit brought by two people born with birth defects allegedly caused by thalidomide.
Plaintiffs Glenda Johnson and Steven Lucier filed their suit last year, claiming...
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